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Ivanka Trump will soon have access to state secrets, her own office in the West Wing and nobody official to answer to regarding her ethics. If she can be a "moderating" influence, though, some appear willing to give her a pass.
As Americans get sadder and more divided, Canada's finance minister is waiting to follow Trump's lead. He missed a chance with his budget to start making Canadians as happy as Scandinavians.
Just as surely as a lone attacker would eventually evade London’s security services and 24-hour surveillance, London was bound to recover quickly when it did happen. Once the initial horror was over, the resilience that comes with living for years with a severe threat of attack resurfaced.
Many Canadians who have undergone fertility treatments or turned to assisted reproductive technologies over the past 10 years are now eligible for a tax deduction as a result of Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s new budget.
The death of 15-year-old Ileen Kooneeliusie from TB in January raises questions about how a person living in a territory with a high incidence of tuberculosis could not be diagnosed in time to save her.
British police say they believe the attacker who killed five people including a police officer outside Parliament acted alone and was "inspired by international terrorism."
The Liberals are selling a vision of what they hope will eventually be. In lieu of a new tax cut or benefit, in the place of any big new investment, that will have to suffice.
Militants are increasingly turning to vehicle-ramming attacks, like the one staged near Britain's Parliament on Wednesday, because they are cheap, easy to organize and hard to prevent, experts say.
Spending isn’t up much, there aren’t any big goodies for anybody, the government will increase the debt, but not too much, and there aren’t any new taxes to speak of, although the government is considering several.
Republican Devin Nunes's comments that private communications of Donald Trump and his transition team may have been scooped up by American intelligence officials monitoring other targets has led the committee's ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff, to renew his party's calls for an independent probe of Trump campaign links to Russia.
From offering 18-month parental leave to targeting $7 billion of its infrastructure funding for child-care spaces, today's federal budget offers solutions to issues women often identify. Finance Minister Bill Morneau says his fixes will help grow the economy.
Consumer tax changes in today's federal budget will add to the cost of Uber rides while ending a public-transit tax credit. Those are just two of several Liberal government moves that will hit pocketbooks directly, though modestly.
Marcus Stroman tossed six hitless innings, Ian Kinsler slugged a two-run homer and the United States routed Puerto Rico 8-0 on Wednesday night to win its first World Baseball Classic in four tries.
The Liberal government has delivered a budget designed to brace Canadians for a fast-changing global economy and empower women in the workforce, while taking a wait-and-see approach to sweeping changes south of the border.
Bell and Rogers will soon ask sports bars to pay more for the right to broadcast the big game, on top of what they pay for their existing television service.
Five of the six young men accused of sharing intimate images of 20 local high school girls on Nova Scotia's South Shore have pleaded guilty, closing one of Canada's largest prosecutions involving children under a law that came into force two years ago.
Shoppers Drug Mart's computer system has been restored after a system-wide outage prevented some customers from using debit cards or filling their prescriptions. Yesterday, the retailer said customers could get prescriptions filled when that wasn't the case at some stores.
Police say a man arrested in the death of his seven-year-old stepson in St. Catharines, Ont., would not have been apprehended so quickly without people widely sharing his image on social media.
Janice Joneja says her husband Dr. Rajinder Joneja, a retired neurologist and psychiatrist, died in the waiting room of Royal Inland Hospital in Kamloops because he didn't get the help he needed.